How to Maximize the Silent Alarm Clock’s Vibrations

August 19, 2008 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Household

silent-alarm-clock.jpgTo be clear, the Silent Alarm Clock concept is just that—a concept. Instead of a noise, this clock-wristband setup relies on vibrations to wake up that sleepyhead. And who needs a snooze button when a shake of the wrist will do, especially when more vigorous shaking is needed to activate successive snooze modes.

If there’s only one thing wrong with this product, you can bet that it’s positively begging for a different interpretation.

For one thing, why keep this on your wrist? Imagine wearing, sticking, or pushing the wristband into other parts of the body. While snug contact is needed to make the vibrate-to-wake concept effective, the human body has quite a lot of nooks and crannies most sensitive to vibration. Guess this is a great way to wake up to such a wonderful feeling!

On top of that, this silent alarm clock could also be the perfect remote waking device. Remote in the sense that you’ll probably have to be in the same room, but sharing the pleasure with someone else is sure to be worth the trouble.

Yes, the silent alarm clock fits perfectly underneath the armpit. Who wouldn’t want to wake up to that ticklish feeling? On a more practical level, is it unreasonable to assume this concept working with a Bluetooth device? Controlling its vibrations with a cellphone would be so cool.(ubergizmo.com)

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2 Responses to “How to Maximize the Silent Alarm Clock’s Vibrations”
  1. Shaun says:

    I would like to know where I can purchase and/or find one of these alarm clocks with the bluetooth vibrating wrist bands. I was not ablet to find any pricing or order placement functions within the original screen. Please let me know how to locate it.

    Thanks,

    Shaun

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